You can easily be called a good social mixer as you can cheer everybody up. You're composed and steady. More over, you have a gift of persuasion, which often proves to be quite useful for you. You have a wide circle of acquaintances, that's why you never feel bored. But you don't have many close friends. The reason is probably that your communication is quite superficial. You don't like to share your problems with others, because you think that there is no need to do it, and you like to cross a bridge when one comes to it. More over, you like to be independent. Maybe this is the reason why you don't want to get married, because you think that a family would limit your freedom. But if you decide to have a family, it's members will never get bored: you'll often have guests, visit friends, and go to the picnics with your family and friends.More »
You're very emotional and sensitive, you're able to love deeply and truly, you see when your partner's attitude to you changes and react delicately to expressions of his/her emotions and thoughts. You're not ashamed of your feelings and you can show your love openly. But under unfavorable circumstances, difficulties in the relationship occurring from time to time, love becomes a source of suffering for you. So emotional experiences have a strong impact on you. When you are upset, you can't concentrate on anything and work efficiently.
You're a good mixer and easy to get in touch with. You can't stand loneliness. You can always find a topic for a conversation and you don't like to stay in solitude for too long. You have miscellaneous interests, that's why your circle of acquaintances is very wide. You're inclined to be eager and you learn about the world from your own experience. You know how to enjoy life here and now. When you're faced with a problem and you have to make decisions, you seek other people's advice, but mainly you speak for yourself and don't listen to others. It's your way to say something and then think it over. It often happens that when a discussion ends you reproach yourself: "When will I learn to ever hold my tongue?" More »